Kansas City ice-cream truck drivers need to take a lesson from Big Worm in Friday. Big Worm wouldn't have taken shit from anyone.
Kansas City police are looking for three people who robbed an ice-cream truck at gunpoint in the parking lot at 53rd and Prospect Thursday evening.
KMBC Channel 9 reported that the ice-cream-truck driver left his truck, and when
he returned, a man put a gun to his head and demanded money. Another man
got in the passenger side of the truck and took the cash box and keys.
The robbers ran.
Surveillance video from the parking lot captured the two suspects as
well as a third, a woman who opened the passenger door of the truck for
one of the robbers. Here's a photo of one of the suspects:
If any of them sound familiar, give the TIPS Hotline a call at 816-474-8477.
Robber 1: Black man, weighing 140-160 pounds, 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 9
inches tall, wearing a black hoodie, khaki pants, black and white shoes
and armed with a small black caliber revolver. Police said he had small
braids in his hair.
Robber 2: Black man, weighing 115-135 pounds, 5 feet 5 inches to 5 feet 6
inches tall, wearing a black winter coat with fur-lined hood, black
pants and black and white shoes. Police said this suspect had longer
braids in his hair and a ponytail.
Robber 3: Black female, weighing 180-200 pounds, 5 feet 5 inches to 5
feet 7 inches tall, wearing a red jacket with white lettering on the
front and black pants. Police said she also had a black and blue
bandanna on her head.